Taft Tower Hotel

29th Floor EGI Taft Tower, 2339 Taft Avenue, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1004, Philippines | B&B
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Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey

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... next eating spot. The fish felt hard like rock; I can't imagine the damage this thing could do if it was to react violently. There were two large whales and one baby one. This was a one of a kind experience. I do not necessarily agree with the whales being fed, but I must say that it guaranteed a viewing of them. That same day we watched the Paquio fight on a small 17" computer screen. The place we were staying at was getting a live feed via Internet. What more can you ask for! ...

On Our Last Leg

A travel blog entry by davemyers

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After waiting in the international terminal for about an hour, we were asked to re-board the plane for the last leg of the trip into Manila. It would be about a four hour flight. Although sleep was beckoning, we knew we needed to stay awake so that we would sleep once we arrived in Manila. This would help us to sleep during the Filipino night and get us accustomed to the new time zone - exactly 12 hours opposite of our home back in Ohio. ...

Arrival

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise

10

... were 2 bands on the quay side, one with cheer leaders and the other with flag waving acrobatic type dancers. Both were excellent, each played brass instruments and drums and they entertained the passengers for about 3 hours as we all dwindled back to the ship by 7pm. You have to hand it to them they know how to put on a show and even the resident dance troupe on board were taking note of the acrobatic moves. What more can I say but ...

Dream Trip: Part 2 in the country

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora

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... This is the area that my mother and her siblings grew up in until my Lolo (Grandfather) Crispin passed away. The area is incredibly rural and beautiful, but riddled with terrible roads. Thus it us probably 4 hours or more, what should have only taken 2 hrs to drive. Once we arrived, I got to meet my Uncle Boy (Leo) and Auntie Ely (pronounced Ellie). They call him Boy because that's what the military guys would call him as a kid when he worked in his aunt and ...

You Know You've Arrived When...

A travel blog entry by bfust

5

... to increase by 600%, and I believe that's conservative. The guy that was driving the getaway vehicle from the airport had to inch his way into traffic for 10 minutes just to get out of the parking lane.

We got to the building I'll be working in around midnight and took care of all the security clearances (pictures, badges, biometric scanning, etc.), got familiar with the training area, and ...

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This B&B, located in the Malate area of Manila, is near Rizal Park, Paco Park, Divisoria Market, and Avilon Zoo.
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